Ranger Station Art Gallery

98 Rockwell Drive
Admission by donation

This exhibit will be on display for the entire month of July. During the Festival, the hours are 9:00am to 5:00pm daily. For the remainder of the month, the exhibit is open from 9:00am to 4:00pm, Monday to Friday, and 1:00pm to 5:00pm on weekends.

Feast of Field

By: Sean Karemaker

A collection of graphic memoirs interpreted in the form of large ink story scrolls. The work is based on a series of interviews with the artists mother based on her experience of growing up at an orphanage in Denmark in the early 1960’s.

Sean Care Maker - Harrison Festival

Sean Karemaker is an artist living in Vancouver, BC. After a childhood obsession with reading and writing comics, he obtained a diploma in graphic design from Malaspina University-College in Nanaimo (2002) and began a career in 3D design for video games, with freelance work in graphic design and illustration. Peronal Narrative is a common element in A body of work encompassing Diorama Sculptures, Comics, Scrolls and paintings. Karemaker been exhibiting at local art spaces with exhibitions at The Gam Gallery, the Gropps gallery, The Seymour Art Gallery, The Pendulum Gallery and the Ayden Gallery.

Spirit Trail

Ernie Eaves

The Spirit Trail is a short walk (1km) through a wonderful piece of west coast cedar rainforest.

Located on the east side of Harrison Hot Springs, the trail gets its spiritual feel from ceramic masks and faces that artist Ernie Eaves has placed among the trees.

Ernie became involved in ceramic arts soon after his retirement as a high school teacher. He has a small studio in his garage that he shares with his artist wife, Irene.

Harrison Gospel Chapel

514 Lillooet Avenue
(three blocks east of the 3 way stop)

Art Exhibit Open

Celebrating our 20th Annual Visual Art Exhibit

In conjunction with the Harrison Festival of the Arts, we are pleased to present our 20th annual visual art exhibit!

Saturday and Sunday, July 8 – 9 from Noon to 5pm
Friday, Saturday and Sunday, July 14,15 and 16 from Noon to 5pm
Free admission and free parking (while visiting the exhibit)

As always, we aspire to be a key destination during the Festival for those who wish to enjoy the visual arts in a quiet, relaxed and comfortable indoor environment. Our exhibit features a variety of local area artists and artisans, working with various media. As the exhibit host, Harrison Gospel Chapel encourages you to witness this creative expression, or as they see it, the artistic inspiration that is driven by God’s creative spirit.

Faith and Art Sunday Worship Services

We welcome all of those who wish to attend our annual Faith and Art Sunday worship services. Held on Sunday July 9th & 16th, 2017 at 10:30 am at the Harrison Gospel Chapel, these services are for all ages. They will focus on the intersection of faith and art. The exhibit will be open for viewing immediately following the services.